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DIU3000 Phone Patch Option C54BF

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DIU3000 Phone Patch Option C54BF

Postby f1shs » Sat Jan 09, 2010 4:40 am

Dear all,

I've a DIU3000 with Phone Patch option C54BF. But, I don't have the documentation of "Phone patch and E&M Options" ref 68P02934C10.

My project is to link this option to ASTERISK PBX server, with PCIRADIO interface card, via PATCH RJ45 plug.

As I now, signals available are unbalanced and give signaling.

Somebody could help me by listing signal nature and pinout of "Patch" RJ45 on DIU3000 C54BF option?

Pierre

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Re: DIU3000 Phone Patch Option C54BF

Postby d119 » Sat Jan 09, 2010 5:57 pm

Hello Pierre,

I have the documentation set for this at work. Stay on me and I'll get you the information you need. I won't have access to it until Tuesday most likely though, hopefully someone can get you an answer in the meantime.


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